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For the first time in two years, Brad Stevens is coaching a .500 team.  The Celtics head coach has never led a roster with such high expectations throughout his NBA tenure, thus, no one could have predicted his team to fall this low 18 games in. That is their lot in life after 117-109 loss to the Knicks Wednesday night. (For a complete recap, click here.) But how his team responds from its worst loss of the regular season will come down to Stevens, the ball is in his court and how his team retaliates is up to him.  Stevens has never been in this position before since taking on the job as the Celtics head coach. Loaded with a talented roster, the Celtics will have to head back to the drawing board and figure out what’s led to his team becoming one of the worst statistically offensive teams in the NBA and why opposing guards continue to have signature career nights against his team.  You can add Knicks reserve Trey Burke (29 points) to the list, alongside Jamal Murray (48 points), Devin Booker (38 points) and
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